RISMEDIA, Sept. 26, 2007-What do teaching and real estate have in common? If you asked Hal Sheeler, of Century 21 Energy Sheild Realty, he’d say, more than you think! As today’s Realtor on the Rise, Sheeler tells how his music career helped to develop his people skills, translating into a successful real estate career.
Century 21 Energy Shield Realty
Hanover, New Hampshire
In real estate since: 2001 Prior to real estate: Sheeler was a music educator. World traveler: Sheeler’s music career took him all over the world, helping him develop an appreciation for relocating people.
As a former educator, Hal Sheeler has successfully applied the people skills learned in the classroom to his new occupation as a New Hampshire and Vermont Realtor. Over the past few years, Hal has often been the top producer for his company, Century 21 Energy Shield Realty in Hanover, New Hampshire.
This year’s Realtors on the Rise winners reflect a sizeable showing of quality agents who have distinguished themselves in the real estate market.
From their impressive sales figures, to their innovative marketing strategies, to their community involvement, Real Estate magazine’s editors have chosen 50 Realtors on the Rise, selected from hundreds of candidates. We congratulate this year’s winners on stepping up, pushing forward and committing to the real estate marketplace.
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